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For the longest time, I have been fat. Some people like to say "You just need to be more comfortable with your body". When your 30 pounds overweight, it isn't that easy. What are some exercises I can do to lose the tummy fat and some weight?
by sbirds199 on 9/1/2013 11:27:03 AM
I need help..so lately i've been having alot of food cravings that are not so healthy and healthy, but I dont know why. And i'm eating more to, is there any reason for this? If anybody could help thanks
by animegeekgirl on 7/11/2013 5:50:42 PM
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I noticed I lost some weight due to drinking green shakes in the morning, doing cardio workouts more or less, and generally eating very healthy food. The thing is, I wonder why I'm so healthy yet I still have a fatty tummy. I do taekwondo twice a week, work out, swim a lot in the summer and eat organic, non-GMO foods and I'd never touch anything that's unhealthy (the max is organic chips). I want to know why I'm not losing the fat, even though I'm looking thinner. Help!
Hey girl! It's a long process. I'd mix in some core work (planks, crunches, etc.), but remember that everyone's body type is different. Some people naturally have a larger midsection, which is fine, as long as you're eating healthy and exercising regularly. xx
by musicalmimz2000 on 7/8/2013 11:59:35 AM
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by Dontmesswithme on 7/7/2013 6:40:24 AM
I'm trying to lose weight this summer so I tried restricting my calories and exercising more. I thought it was pretty healthy, but then I always end up overeating and never losing weight! So now I've decided to let myself eat more, but I'm afraid that I'll still binge. How can I prevent myself from binging so I can actually lose weight?
Instead of focusing
on how much you’re eating, try eating foods that are high in protein and fiber
so you’ll feel full and stay fuller longer. Fruits, veggies and whole grains
are great sources of fiber, and dairy products, lean meats and nuts have
protein that will give you energy and keep you full. Before imposing a diet on
yourself, it’s really important that you talk to your parents and a
nutritionist or doctor to make sure you’re getting the food your body needs to
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